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Linda Morganstein is an award-winning, overeducated fiction writer who happens to be the product of a Borscht Belt childhood in the Jewish hotels of the Catskills. In the seventies, she dropped out of Vassar College and drove a VW van to California, where she lived in Sonoma County for many years. Later, she studied creative writing with Jane Smiley in Iowa. She currently resides in the Twin Cities of Minnesota with her understanding spouse Melanie and her amazing new rescue dog, Courage.
On an ironic note concerning her dropping out of Vassar: It seems that the venerable institution considers a person to be an alumna even if one never graduated. Linda discovered herself listed among the "lost" on the Alumni web site. She is now officially "found." She actually feels cozy and reborn, in the recovering the past department.
THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN MY WORK TO DATE:
I am very honored to have been selected for a juried show featured in the Twin Cites Guerrilla Girls Takeover celebration. My piece, "Miss Oganist," from NUMINOSITY will be a part of the WARM Guerrilla Girls: Feminist Visions exhibit at the Grain Belt House Gallery, running from Feb. 26 to March 12. There's a big party on March 4th, from 7 to 10 pm!
I will be in a show featuring a photo collage from NUMINOSITY: "Where Are They Now? Works by Past Protégées" Bethesda Hospital Gallery Cafe with an opening reception Feb. 5, 2016
NUMINOSITY was selected for a juried show at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, as a graphic work in progress. The show runs from June 9th to July 12th, 2015.
"What Have I Done?" is a digital photo-collage illustration from NUMINOSITY.
I am pleased to have had it selected for "WARM Self Portraits" to be exhibited from September 21, 2015 through November 20, 2015. The exhibit was juried by Jantje Visscher, a nationally renowned sculptor and founding member of WARM.
The opening is September 24, 2015.